July 25, 2021

Nonprofit vs. Government: Who’s Better at Homelessness?

Nonprofit vs. Government: Who’s Better at Solving Homelessness is Inside Charity’s take on what’s happening in Los Angeles. Homelessness is a major issue in California. Just in the past year, homelessness has increased in Los Angeles by 12.7 percent. What is being
June 30, 2021

American Rescue Plan For Nonprofits Still Works

American Rescue Plan For Nonprofits – More Monies For Charities is INSIDE CHARITY’s update on what funds are still available from the Federal Government through the American Rescue Plan of 2021. The EIDL program has been around for years, but in March of 2020 the SBA elected to expand the definition of eligible nonprofits to include those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. This allows charities who suffered from economic injury, such as a drop in […]
May 30, 2021

Nonprofit EIDL $500000 Loan – Increase Your Amount

Nonprofit EIDL $500000 Loan – Increase Your Amount provides charitable executives the simple steps they need to follow to expand their existing EIDL Loan. The SBA has approved more than $200 billion in COVID-19 EIDL loans. The loans have a 30-year maturity with interest rates of 2.75% for not-for-profits. Here’s the steps: DO NOT confuse your existing loan increase with the SBA’s new Targeted EIDL Loan Program (they are not the same) DO NOT apply […]
April 29, 2021

Major Gifts Ramp-Up Featured On Live TV

Major Gifts Ramp-Up Featured Live on Morning Coffee is Inside Charity’s take on the fundraising model that’s transformed nonprofits around the world. Jimmy LaRose, the architect of the Major Gifts Ramp-Up™ Model was featured this week on Morning Coffee’s live TV broadcast in Philadelphia with fundraising expert Stefanie Stark.
April 25, 2021

Nonprofit Boards Are Broken for Good – New Film

Nonprofit Boards Are Broken for Good – New Film Reel is a sneak peek at CineVantage’s newest footage of BROKEN FOR GOOD: The Way Charity’s Work in The United States of America. Honnie Korngold premiered the above clip at NANOE’s 2021 Board of Governors’ Convention & Expo. It was received by the audience with applause and rave reviews! Humorist Mark Twain’s famously said, “God first made idiots (that was for practice) then He made…Boards!”  After […]
April 11, 2021

Nonprofit EIDL Loans Expand for Charities

Nonprofit EIDL Loans Expand for Charities is Inside Charity’s overview of the SBA’s decision to expand support for nonprofits in economic distress. Last week the U.S. Small Business Administration tripled the maximum amount that nonprofits can borrow under the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)
April 10, 2021

Biden Nonprofit Infrastructure Bill

Biden Nonprofit Infrastructure Bill is Inside Charity’s initial review of the “Build Back Better Recovery Plan.” On the heels of Congress passing the American Rescue Plan less than two weeks ago, the Biden administration is expected to soon introduce another major funding package that includes billions of dollars for nonprofits, schools and early childhood education. Citing anonymous administration sources, multiple news outlets, including The New York Times and CNBC, reported Monday that roughly half the proposal would focus […]
April 3, 2021

NANOE’s 2021 Convention & Expo – April 20-21

NANOE’s 2021 Convention & Expo will be hosted live and online April 20-21, 2021. Are you the type of executive who doesn’t go to conferences & seminars anymore? You figured out long ago that wasting valuable time on worn-out re-treaded workshop topics wasn’t for you. Or maybe you remember the time you were sitting in a keynote address and realized you should be the one presenting because you knew more about the topic than the […]
April 1, 2021

Nonprofit Workers Unionize – Good or Bad for Charity?

Nonprofit Workers Unionize is Dr. Kathleen Robinson’s take on a recent move by nonprofit workers in Minnesota to enter collective bargaining. Workers at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN) announced in March they are unionizing. The announcement came two days after they asked management of the organization to grant voluntary recognition during a biweekly staff meeting. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits’ Executive Director Jon Pratt, has not yet voluntarily recognized the union. The Minnesota StarTribune reported […]
March 21, 2021

Nonprofit American Rescue Act Stimulus Bill 2021

Nonprofit American Rescue Act Stimulus Bill 2021 takes a broader view of the different ways nonprofits benefit regardless of one’s political view. President Biden signed the $1.9-trillion coronavirus relief package into law and includes billions for nonprofits and public service. The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, authorizes federal spending for much needed economic relief and poverty alleviation. There are a number of provisions directly impacting nonprofits, thanks in large part to the efforts of many […]
April 3, 2022

Jack Connors & Robert Keefe Named Foundation Trustees

Jack Connors & Robert Keefe Named Cummings Foundation Trustees celebrates a great American Granting Organization and their newest champions. BOSTON, March 25, 2022 – Boston philanthropist and advertising mogul Jack Connors, Jr. and WilmerHale senior counsel Robert “Bob” Keefe, Esq. have been appointed to Woburn-based Cummings Foundation’s advisory board. The pair joins 11 other business leaders as community trustees for the $3 billion private foundation. Connors, a founding partner and former CEO of Hill, Holliday, Connors, […]
April 3, 2022

David Hutchinson’s Nonprofit Leadership Strategies

David Hutchinson’s Nonprofit Leadership Strategies reveals six keys to make your nonprofit stronger. David is the president of Cause Leadership. Nonprofit organizations provide considerable value to Canadian society. The latest statistics show that approximately 10 percent of all business entities in Canada are nonprofit, and other data states there are over 170,000 nonprofit and charitable organizations. Of those, 85,000 are registered charities, and the Canada Revenue Agency expects that number to rise due to growing societal needs. David […]
April 3, 2022

Norman Gildin Asks, “Is It Time To Throw In The Towel?”

Norman Gildin Asks, “When Is It Time To Throw In The Towel?” is one veteran’s take on nonprofit management decision-making. I always wondered where the expression “it’s time to throw in the towel” came from. You may recognize it as an old boxing term.  When defeat is inevitable, the fighter or his manager throws his towel into the ring signifying that the fight is over.  The boxer has exhausted all opportunities to win or even […]
April 3, 2022

Lucy Reed – Lifelong Learning for Nonprofit Leaders

Lucy Reed – Lifelong Learning for Community Leaders is one expert’s take on personal development for nonprofit executives. Lucy is founder of gigmine.co. Life is busy, and sometimes things become so hectic that just getting daily tasks done is a challenge. But countless professionals and community leaders find that personal growth and development is an essential part of their leadership trajectory. NANOE shares a few ways you can jump-start your lifelong learning so you can […]
April 2, 2022

Kelvin Taketa Feeding America National Board Chair

Kelvin Taketa Feeding America National Board Chair celebrates a great American Nonprofit and their newest champion. Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, announced today that Kelvin H. Taketa retired President and CEO of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation (HCF), has been elected as Chair of the Feeding America National Board of Directors. His term will begin on July 1, the beginning of Feeding America’s 2023 fiscal year. “Kelvin is a leader of vision with […]
April 2, 2022

Datasource Provides Nonprofits Background Checks

Datasource Provides Nonprofits Background Checks introduces charities to a proven service for employee and client screening. “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get.” A phrase that was born in 1994, spoken as the opening scene in the forever memorable, “Forrest Gump”. The hiring process can be unpredictable and deciding who to bring onto your staff is tough but running a background check seems simple, right? It should […]
March 19, 2022

Norman Gildin Nonprofit Experiences

Norman Gildin Nonprofit Experiences reviews his new book “Learn From My Experiences” offering valuable advice to the charitable world. In an authoritative new book “Learn From My Experiences,” the author Norman B. Gildin provides professional fundraisers, lay leaders, volunteers and the general public his perspective and the benefit of nearly four and a half decades raising more than $93 million for nonprofit organizations. In 67 chapters, the author tackles different topics and addresses techniques and […]
March 3, 2022

Cummings Foundation Astonishes Boston Nonprofit With Million Dollar Gift

Cummings Foundation Astonishes Boston Nonprofit With Million Dollar Gift is at it again. They just can’t stop helping charities achieve significant impact. BOSTON, Mass. (February 22, 2022) – Woburn-based Cummings Foundation has stunned the social justice champions at CommonWealth Kitchen (CWK) with a surprise pledge of as much as $2 million. Up to $1 million will be disbursed to the Dorchester nonprofit this fall as a match of all new funds it has raised by […]
March 3, 2022

Shannon Flynn’s Email Marketing – Nonprofit Best Practices

Shannon Flynn’s Email Marketing – 8 Best Practices for Nonprofit is one expert’s take on how nonprofits can maximize donor engagement using email. Here’s what Flynn has to share: Sending out marketing emails is part of promoting your nonprofit. Getting the wording right means the difference between success and failure, whether you send a lineup of the latest events to your regular supporters or you use your mailing list to convert leads. Digital marketing may […]
March 3, 2022

Andy Jones’ Nonprofit Fundraising – It’s a Marathon

Andy Jones’ Nonprofit Fundraising – It’s a Marathon is one expert’s take on how to think about the raising of money. Here’s what Andy has to share: I recently completed my first marathon. I learned some important life lessons through the training process. My only regret about the process was not having started sooner. I’m in my mid-forties and my body is not as easy to train as it used to be. Nevertheless, it is […]

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